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Enjoy a experience of Spanish and Moroccan lifestyles. Travelling from Madrid to Marrakech, immerse yourself in the history of each destination, exploring ancient cultures through art, tradition and sports, meeting charismatic locals along the way. From fine Spanish cuisine  to Islamic architecture in Morocco, this tour has been designed to  discover this two fabulous countries. Experience a collision of old and new!!!


2 Days

The central Madrid is known for its elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks, but it also pulsates with energy, and is without doubt a vibrant city. Walk along the Paseo del Arte for an expansive history of Western art. Start with the Museo del Prado, then discover modern Spanish masters, including Picasso and Dali, in the Museo Reina Sofia. Finish at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, which displays eight centuries of European painting. Enjoy your first day in Madrid with some tapas and Rioja.


2 Days

Time to visit the charming city of Seville. If the legends are to be believed, Seville was founded by Hercules and its origins are linked with the Tartessian civilisation. This city is universally famous for its vitality and flamboyance, is also well-known for its oranges, tapas and flamenco, all three of which are ingrained in the fabric of the city and its proud people. 


4 Days

We will travel onwards to Tarifa, where you will be staying to experience the best  conditions that a kitesurfer could ask for, you will have four days to enjoy the best wind in the world.


4 Days

This is the place where you will not need a map or it is probably of little use here. Hidden between walls of pale pink floors, you can enjoy the secrets Hidden away from Marrakesh's medina, full of people, the narrow streets full of ocher do not lead you anywhere. The great square of Djemaa El Fna, where it is night of carnival every night. Walk among snail vendors, fortune-tellers, acrobats and conjurors, musicians and street theater. Inspire yourself with colours and the best of the Morocco's food in the square food market.


3 Days

 For most of the year, the wind blows so hard here that relaxing on the beach is impossible, meaning that the town is bypassed by the hordes of beach tourists who descend on other Atlantic Coast destinations in summer. Known as the ‘Wind City of Africa’, its a perfect spot for  kite and windsurfers between April and November.


Walking through avenues of the fortified Medina  browse they will find many art galleries, boutiques and food shops. This is the time you can relax in some of the Morocco's best hotels and watch fishing boats being constructed in an atmospheric port.

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